Maximum Savings Offered at Luxury Travel Expo

Advisors will find two exciting ways to get maximum value from this year’s Luxury Travel Expo. Introduced in 2010, the Platinum Pass now includes exclusive access to internet access, networking break treats, and featured supplier amenities; plus private meal functions, preferred seating at functions, the Platinum Bucks program, a complimentary Luxury Travel Advisor subscription and more. The pass is perfect for advisors looking for a VIP experience and costs $200.

Advisors can also take advantage of registration savings with the Full Conference Pass, which will give advisors access to the entire educational program and tradeshow floor including, seated lunch during the general session on Wednesday, two days of the exhibit hall and conference programming, TAU Live!, discounted show tickets, and much more. For more details and to register for the event, visit LuxuryTravelExpo.com

Reservations are also being accepted for the 2011 host hotel, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino. Count on saving up to 57 percent with the show’s discounted rates available exclusively through the housing bureau. As an added bonus, advisors who register and reserve their stay in the block will save $10 on their registration pass.

Visit LuxuryTravelExpo.com for more details on the show, registration and housing details.

 

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